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... contained large numbers of paintings most of which were portraits of the family members. The walls were also lined in drapes made from Linen which had been all hand painted. King Willem II wife Sophie hated the King as it had been an arranged marriage so she was really mean to everyone and she was buried in her wedding dress because she felt like her life had ended on her wedding day. King Willem II hunting room walls were covered ...
... pedestrian/cyclist areas. I had been to Utrecht a few years ago and climbed up the dom tower which I was keen to do again but unfortunately it wasn't open on Mondays. Once I had seen all I wanted to see I headed back to the station to get the train back to Apeldoorn. I arrived home at about 6 and poor Ella was now unwell too! Definitely a bug going around! So Remko put her to bed then we hung out chatting for a few hours before heading to bed ourselves. The next morning I got ...
... it’s for themselves ONLY! wooowwww unbelievable.
4. Coffee every BREAK…Coffee is everywhere in Netherlands especially this cold time.
5. Dutchies can eat lunch while walking because they eat breads, but Filipinos can’t do that---it’s hard to eat with spoon and fork with your lunch box in your hands—walking…RIGHT????
6. Filipino eats with spoon and fork—dutchies fork ...
... than one day to see it all properly. To save you walking you can catch the tram, which takes you to all the various sections they have created.. A good way to spend some time. The musuem itself lies in a beautiful park on the outskirts of the city of Arnhem, it was a pleasure to drive there especially as all the trees have got new folage on them and look just great.
It was a very cold day but we enjoyed every little bit of it. On the road again tomorrow, Maastricht awaits us.
No pics this time around "faithful followers"- just a few thoughts for you to chew on if your appetite has been whetted by earlier entries.
Having a mobile phone, complete with camera, radio and a million other options I have yet to decipher, as well as an internet cafe on seemingly every other corner (laptop may be my next high-tech step) sure gives the meaning of being far from home another perspective. In my globetrotting days of yore, the ...